#26 LYNCHINGS AND LIES: LEST US NOT FORGET THE RED SUMMER OF 1919

I grew up in a city where rage, lies, and fears led to the savage killing of a disabled African American man who was accused of accosting a “Karen.” It was 1919. I never knew the story growing up in my hometown of Omaha, Nebraska. A century before the death of George Floyd in 2020,Continue reading “#26 LYNCHINGS AND LIES: LEST US NOT FORGET THE RED SUMMER OF 1919”